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The Future is Female
Sunday, March 31 2024, 07:30 PM at
Cha Chi Ming Recital Hall Map

The Future is Female

Concert TAC
Sunday, March 31 2024, 07:30 PM
at
Cha Chi Ming Recital Hall Map

In honor of International Women’s Day, SFCM presents a concert of music by women organized by and featuring the women and gender non-conforming people of SFCM. Hosted by the Technology and Applied Composition program, or TAC, students and faculty throughout the SFCM community participate in composing, performing and celebrating this event. The annual concert features performances that explore the intersection of music, visuals and technology.

Program

Shinae Lee: Mind Wanderings
Glenda Lindgren, english horn
Shinae Lee, melodica
Kobe Lester, glockenspiel
Jessica Folson, violin
Sarah Hooton, viola
Daniela Gonzalez, cello
Bonhwi Kim, piano
Tania Cosma, drum set
Mateyko Jazwinski, bass

Xingyue Song: Message
Cuna Kim and Jessica Folson, violin
Sarah Hooton, viola
Daniela Gonzalez, cello

Jenna Maxfield: What Art is Doing for Us
Cuna Kim and Jessica Folson, violin
Sarah Hooton, viola
Daniela Gonzalez, cello

Lilly Conley: Onda
Cuna Kim and Jessica Folson, violin
Sarah Hooton, viola 
Daniela Gonzalez, cello
Cesonia da Rosa, piano

- Intermission -

Lauryn Kurniawan: Us
Cuna Kim and Jessica Folson, violin
Sarah Hooton, viola
Daniela Gonzalez, cello
Yuhan Xue, piano

Britney Dawn Do: Liquid Sunshine
Britney Dawn Do, violin
Daniela Gonzalez, cello
Zoe King, clarinet
TBA, flute
Yuhan Xue, piano
Kobe Lester, glockenspiel

Tim Minchin: Not Perfect (arr. by Kristen Klehr)
Kristen Klehr, marimba

Carla Bey: Ida Lupino
Thomas Stenzel, flute
Zoe King and Kira Agrell, saxophone
Emmet Van Lee, piano 
Xitlalli Estrella, clarinet
Mateyko Jazwinski, bass
Tania Cosma, drums

Kira Agrell: Pink Noise
Thomas Stenzel, flute
Zoe King and Kira Agrell, saxophone
Emmet Van Lee, piano 
Xitlalli Estrella, clarinet
Mateyko Jazwinski, bass
Tania Cosma, drums

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Sunday, March 31 2024, 07:30 PM to Sunday, March 31 2024, 09:00 PM

About SFCM’s Technology and Applied Composition Department

Get ready for a career on the edge of art and technology. Our Technology and Applied Composition (TAC) is an exclusive course of study that gives students a direct path into the worlds of film scoring, video game sound design, and other rewarding musical avenues. Featuring instruction from some of the most visible composers in the industry today, the TAC music degree readies you for a cutting-edge compositional life, bridging art and technology in the most dynamic ways imaginable.

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